The Five Stages of the Red Team Methodology

The Five Stages of the Red Team Methodology

What is Red Teaming? Red Teaming is a multi-layered cyberattack simulation designed to test the efficiency of an organization’s security controls. This includes applications, networks, physical safeguards, and employees. It allows organizations to understand how repellent they are to real-world hacking challengers. The intent of red teaming is similar to that of ethical hacking — … Read more

Sophos warns of new actively exploited flaw in Firewall product Security Affairs

Sophos warns of new actively exploited flaw in Firewall product Security Affairs

Sophos warns that a critical code injection security vulnerability in its Firewall product is actively exploited in the wild. Sophos warns of a critical code injection security vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2022-3236, affecting its Firewall product which is being exploited in the wild. The CVE-2022-3236 flaw resides in the User Portal and Webadmin of Sophos Firewall, … Read more

Guide to Performing Internal Social Engineering Testing – Latest Hacking News

Even the finest cybersecurity defenses have one flaw in common: humans. Understanding this, criminals frequently use social engineering to prey on the vulnerability of company staff. However, businesses can use social engineering testing to determine how susceptible their employees are to deception or coercion. Organizations must ensure that their staff members are sufficiently prepared in … Read more

Surge in Magento 2 template attacks exploiting CVE-2022-24086Security Affairs

Sansec researchers warn of a surge in hacking attempts targeting a critical Magento 2 vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-24086. Sansec researchers are warning of a hacking campaign targeting the CVE-2022-24086 Magento 2 vulnerability. Magento is a popular open-source e-commerce platform owned by Adobe, which is used by hundreds of thousands of e-stores worldwide. In February, Adobe … Read more

Huntsville High students challenge college teams at hacking competition

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — As technology progresses and more of our information is placed online, digital content faces greater cyber threats. The National Cyber ​​Summit brought thousands of industry professionals and amateurs to pave the future of cyber security. On Wednesday and Thursday, more than 100 competitors made up of students and computer specialists from … Read more

Prep For Certification With Free Cybersecurity Training – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission from partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect our editors’ opinions or evaluations. Finding a high-quality, free cybersecurity training or certification prep course can be challenging. Between online universities, bootcamps and certification prep courses, it can be tough to settle on just one option—especially when certification is … Read more

Atlassian Confluence bug CVE-2022-26134 exploited in cryptocurrency mining campaignSecurity Affairs

Threat actors are targeting unpatched Atlassian Confluence servers as part of an ongoing crypto mining campaign. Trend Micro researchers warn of an ongoing crypto mining campaign targeting Atlassian Confluence servers affected by the CVE-2022-26134 vulnerability. The now-patched critical security flaw was disclosed by Atlassian in early June, at the time the company warned of a … Read more

A 15-Year-Old Unpatched Python bug potentially impacts +350K projectsSecurity Affairs

More than 350,000 open source projects can be potentially affected by a 15-Year-Old unpatched Python vulnerability More than 350,000 open source projects can be potentially affected by an unpatched Python vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2007-4559 (CVSS score: 6.8), that was discovered 15 years ago. The issue is a Directory traversal vulnerability that resides in the ‘extract’ … Read more